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Medicines For Mental Illnesses - Comments

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Medicines For Mental Illnesses - Comments

Note : The article below is about the hidden hazardous side effects of modern medications meant for the treatment of mental illnesses.

In fact most of the depression-related medications, especially the antipsychotics meant for the treatment of such mental illnesses as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder etc would tend to carry such hidden and potentially hazardous and disastrous side effects (especially the ones manifesting in the forms of various uncontrollable, involuntary and purposeless movements / muscle twitching disorders on the parts of the eyes, face, arms, legs etc) as Extrapyramidal Symptoms , Tardive Dyskinesia , Dystonia, Akathisia and in some serious cases, the neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinsonism etc.

Next, no matter how sophisticated the modern drugs are being invented and developed, especially the second-generation antipsychotics, such a potential side effect remains inherent in such medications that carry the side effects of antagonizing the dopamine receptors (one of the main neurotransmitters / the key elements of neurons / nerve cells in our nervous system essential for the control of human body motions) . Even though the possibility of manifestation of such neuromuscular symptoms may be very small or even negligible as proven by the established scientific research, other experimental and clinical verifications, it would still depend on such other factors as the different physical conditions of the users of such drugs, other unexpected possible allergy cases etc.

All in all, it would be the amount of medical attention and professional care of the medical personnel dealing with the specific cases of their patients and dispensing the drugs with such dopamine-disturbing side effects that would be primarily essential to ensure the non-occurrence of such disorders or minimize the risk of getting such disastrous and undesired neuromuscular side effects.

For further Information, please refer to the weblinks as follows :

Extrapyramidal Symptoms :


Tardive Dyskinesia :


My Healing Experience From Such Tardive Dyskinesia-induced

Abnormally Rapid Non-stop Purposeless Involuntary Uncontrollable Eyelid Twitching Sickness Through Acupuncture Therapy (Diagram of 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point & Other Details and References Included) :


In regard of the topic elaborated above, well, based on my real life observations so far, usually the paper catalogues, pamphlets and brochures for such medications would tend to include the information about their side effects in the forms of fine prints and some very small-size characters in that many users would most of the time tend to ignore them or simply take them as some medical jargons that are otherwise meaningless to them.

But in reality, it's always important to at least get an understanding about the medications that one takes so as to take precautions against any unwanted disastrous side effects from them. Lastly, I hope that the information given above will be useful to the intended readers. Thank you.

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when i used to have pills i did tend to read the side effects with some amusement, often due to the polar opposites of the side effects. i cant remember which pill it was but onee was causing suicides in juveniles.

on the funnier side, i ruined by exams at 18 due to my medication. they made me high as a kite and i spent the exams swinging slightly on my chair and seeing pretty patterns on the ceiling. I did fail but at least i enjoyed them.

I have to admit I haven't had medication for a few years as they all tend to leave me 'spaced' which ever i'm on and i get the same effect as if i am on a constant sugar rush... manic, mad and uncontrollably happy

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